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Purposes

The purpose of this drug is to cure people suffering from a form of skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma).

Using Erivedge

It is always advisable to look at the Guide given by the pharmaceutical company. It is one of the best things to do before vismodegib intake. You should also trust your doctor in case you have some queries.

This oral medicine is normally taken on a daily basis. Take the pharmacist’s advise if it should be taken with a full stomach. Never chew the capsule since it needs to be taken in its whole.

As the same with most drugs, it is recommended to take it regularly and with a fixed hour every day.

It is not recommended for expecting mothers. The reason is that the patient would absorb this med through the lungs and skin. Also, when the period becomes irregular, it is best to consult the doctor.

After-effects

Here are several possible side effects when this drug is consumed. That includes:

  • Hair fall
  • Diarrhea
  • Body pains
  • Significant loss of weight
  • Exhaustion
  • Others

Again, do not hesitate to get in touch with the professionals when the said effects can no longer be tolerated. This drug was created to bring cure instead of severe pain.

It is also possible to bring about allergies, however, this is not common. Therefore, as mentioned before, the doctor knows so better get I touch.

Safety measures

Never engage yourself with self-medication. That does not only apply to the taking of vismodegib but to all drugs. It would always be advisable if there are instructions that were made by medical professionals like doctors and pharmacists. Again, allergic reactions are not common when taking this drug so always ask the doctor first before using this medicine. Do not hesitate to share the medical history as well so that the doctor or pharmacist could make the best judgment.

 

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